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saloon. you might call it a cafe of its time. does anybody here know where the sunset district is? a couple of people. good. over there. well, on the map you can see the sunset district is this big block south of golden gate park. this big grid pattern. it's very large. it's one of the largest districts in san francisco. this map, this grid pattern was actually created way back in the 1860's with the streets going -- crossing each other at right angles. we have numbered streets and lettered streets. but, even though this map was created in the 1860's, if you went out to the sunset district as late as the 1890's, you wouldn't see these nice grid streets. what you would see is something like this. the sunset district was almost completely sandunes with little patches of scrub here or there. it was thought to be uninhabitable by a lot of people. some people actually put that on the map, called the great sand waste or the great sand bank. it was cold, foggy. there was no infrastructure out there, of course, in the 1890's. no gas no. real good transportation. no sidewalks. people didn'
coffee saloon where he sold sandwiches, doughnuts, and little items to the picnicers who came out to the beach on the weekends. and soon other people, they kind of were charmed by this little old horse car that was being used as a store. and they asked if it was possible that they could rent a car on his land. and he said, ok, $5 a month you can have a little car clubhouse in the land that he owned at the beach. so you see off in the distance that white shed. that's the colonel's shaq. the little car in the distance in the middle is his coffee saloon. and this red car is one of the first cottages rented by a bunch of lady bicyclists. you like the lady bicyclists, huh? lice cling was a raging fad in the 1890's. all of united states, newspapers, magazines were agast about it. they were just talking about it back and forth. was it healthy? was it unhealthy? are they taking over the roads, hazards to health and traffic? and most importantly everybody was very excited about the idea that women were bicycling. they were worried that women might perspire and that was an unhealthy and unf
in these structures. >> the building has been many things, a black smith, a bicycle shop, a saloon. in the 70's a man bought it and he is okay. he moved out a couple of weeks ago. there are firefighters here watching over it. they got here a few minutes ago. this is not the team that fought the fire. that crew is getting rest. they making sure no flareups happen and it is left alone. they say so far so good. no problems to report. >> thank you. breaking news in the boston marathon bombings investigation. a big change with regard to the surviving suspect. abc7 news reporter katie marzullo is in the newsroom. dzhokhar tsarnaev has been moved from the hospital to the prison. we have these aerials above the facility. the u.s. marshal identified the facility as in massachusetts, a medical facility of the prison. it is a fairly small building. he was moved under a convoy and the transfer took place without incident. it is not clear whether he was flown or driven there. we learn this morning that his father is not leaving for the united states today or tomorrow from the lawyer. we don't know why the trip is
been in business for almost 100 years. the building itself was built in 1884. it used to be a saloon, blacksmith shop and soda fountain. in a matter of hours, all of that history was lost. >> i'm not going to be able to come here and get my little knickknacks, all the friends i have met here through the years. they're not going to meet us here anymore. >> it's something that's been a part of this town ever since i came here. and anybody that i have ever met that's been part of this town has some kind of story or history to this building. >> reporter: officials say last night's fire was a fast-moving one. firefighters faced a number of challenges trying to save the building. >> the age of the structure played a bit in how the fire traveled. again, this is a balloon construction type of building. so it's limited to no fire stops within the building. so it allowed the fire to travel within the walls quite fast. >> reporter: investigators were back this morning. firefighters used a ladder truck to get a first look into the second floor to make sure no one was inside. city inspectors clea
. this used to be a saloon during prohibition but most recently it was a bike shop, a ma and p museum. >> it's a san jose institution. there's no other mace like it. and there -- there's no other place like it and there will probably never be a place like it. >> reporter: before the fire, this building stood out because it leaned to the right much like the leaning tower of pisa. this morning there was fear the building would collapse. a ladder was brought in so the firefighters could peer inside. >> the firefighters came out, they did a search to see if there's any bodies in the second floor of the structure. >> reporter: fire investigators combed through the rubble, gathering evidence to try to figure out what caused the fire. former customers watched, bewildered. some considered this place a second home. >> the first time i came here i was 8 years old. >> reporter: anthony has built dozens of bikes. >> if you look at that bike right there, everything was out of a junk pile. >> reporter: the shop owner closed it a couple of weeks ago and moved out. there's actually a "for sale" sign posted
. of this building is 130 years old. it's housed a saloon and bicycle shop. unfortunately the damage is so bad the building may have to be torn down. >> boxing legend sugar ray leonard was a key note speaker today but didn't talk about boxing. he talked about the new battle to prevent child sexual abuse. >> this happened so quick. >> boxing super star sugar ray leonard spoke to a sold out crowd about the people he trusted who molested him when he was a young teenager and an aspiring olympic champion. >> only problem was i told no one was i was ashamed. >> 56-year-old sugar ray told a powerful story that had the audience in tears about how he turned to drugs and alcohol and wrecked a marriage. he told me why he decided to go public with the story after 40 something years. >> i'm here because i want to speak up. i want to speak out and say i'm here as a parent as a father as a husband i wish there was a prevention center for me that i could have been a part of that could help me. >> sugar ray's support raised some big money including surprise auction package of his autographed boxing gloves. and
but we're told it was vacant. the structure has been here since 1884 and used to be an old saloon. the age of the building and the way it leaned prevented firefighters from interesting the building. >> the construction, it helps the fire to actually spread faster. so this fire spread from the second floor up into the attic space. >> reporter: initially live electric wires fell next to if fire engine. there was delay because the power company had to be called in to secure the power poles around the building. but firefighters were able to knock down the flames in about 30 minutes. and there is still a fire engine here. firefighters have been watching it all night long, making sure that nothing sparks up in this building. again, they can't enter it because right now it's been deemed structurally unsafe. we know that there is going to be an investigation. right now, we still don't know the cause. reporting live from san jose, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> happening now, more than two dozen people in oakland will be without water for most of the day. that's because of a water main break tha
become wyatt's extremely successful saloon in alaska called the dexter. so summer of 1900, the summer of 1900 nome was the center of the world. and the best way to get there was from seattle. so this is a picture of the stampede along the seattle waterfront massing to get to nome. and it wasn't only people, but the holds of the ships that went were filled with tons of merchandise, hole cities that were collapsed -- whole cities that were collapsed and then intended to to be reassembled wn they got to nome. theaters that were struck down into little pieces and restaurants and hotels, sort of a city in a box. the earps went in may 1900. it was a little hard to get there because there was no natural port in nome, so once you got off the boats, you had to get on these other little boats, and big paul bunyan kind of guys would come out, and the women would climb on the backs of these men and then be carried out to the shore. so that's me in nome. and what i'm trying to show you there is what was so unusual about the gold strike in nome was that the gold was not under the ground as it usual
in the saloon, everybody is armed, and some guys are drunk and occasionally there's a fight and the guy shoots and kills the drunk guy and we have a half-hour episode. that's the world they want to live in. >> they want everybody armed because that means everybody would have to go out and buy a gun or have one bought for them. this is a $12 billion industry. this isn't about ideology. this is about money. the nra's point that you were talking about here seems to be that there's no purples in having any law whatsoever because criminals will break the law anyway. that's their rationale. >> anyway, thank you, ron reagan. have a nice weekend. mayor brown, sir, thanks for coming on again. >>> coming up, the man in the middle. president obama is about to propose a budget that would force a compromise or a roadblock. it calls for cuts in medicare and social security and some on the left, no surprise, aren't happy. also, 2016 simmering new polls, a new hillary speaks. a new matchup for the presidential election. and don't want democrats to vote? republicans in north carolina figured out a way to keep
has been here since 1884 and was a former saloon and most recently, bike shop and a museum. many people have fond memories of it. >> everybody knew that place. old bike store, everybody knew what they were talking about. our clients would go get bike parts. >> reporter: firefighters were told the building was vacant. because of its age and the way it leaned, it was too safe to enter. once an engineer comes this morning and once deemed safe, they can search for body. it was so enenveloped in games when they -- engulfed in flames when they arrived, no one would have surveyored anyway. they are -- survived anyway. they are going to search for a cause. they are gonna put up a ladder in the next hour and just sort of look through the window to see what they can see inside. reporting live from san jose, janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you. >>> hayward police are searching for suspects in a drive-by shooting. it thanked around 11:45 on thackry avenue. police say two suspects in a car pulled up outside a home and started shooting. then someone inside the house fired back
. the bicycle shop was the latest business located here but there is a lot of history. it has been a saloon. a black smith and a soda fountain. the owner of the building is out of town and moved out of here a couple of weeks ago and firefighters say no one was hurt in the fire. they will try and figure out what started it. >> it is 5:33. we have breaking news from boston where the surviving suspect in the boston marathon bombings is out of hospital and in a jail cell. we are getting a look identified of the hospital at a boy who was seriously injured in the blast. abc7 news reporter katie marzullo has more from the newsroom. >> dzhokhar tsarnaev has been removed from the hospital to prison. we have a look at the prison. the bureau of prison federal medical center in massachusetts, the video just coming to the newsroom an hour ago. the larger the main body of the prison at the top of the screen is the medical facility. abc-washington post poll is reporting he was moved there under a convoy and the transfer took place wrought incident. this morning, many are still reeling from the development
things, a saloon and a bicycle shot and museum with at -- a lot of history. >> it has been here forever. sad to see it go. but it is what it is. i could not believe it. >> the bicycle shop sold it a few decades ago and the country owner was not here moving out a couple of weeks ago but the woman we interviewed says there was a young woman probably in her 20's and her young child were living on the second floor and they got out okay and they were all helping her, comforting her, getting her connected with help. she is so kay. those are the only people here in the building. firefighters do not know what caused the fire. >> a shocking turn events for the petaluma little league all star team that went to the world series for little league and took third place. three members of the team are accused of assaulting and bullying another team member and were suspended for two days from high school. the victim suffered bruising. another kid was suspended if foul language. the boys are to longer affiliated with the league the board called an emergency meeting saying they will work to prevent future
, it was unsafe to enter. it was built in 1884 and used to be an old saloon. and most recently, it was a museum. that it's now isit sappnted destroyed. >> sad and shocking because the dude, he's cool people. you know, if you needed parts or something, you know, like, yeah, just go ahead or fix this, i got a part for it right here. wow. >> yeah, that's crazy right there. >> reporter: firefighters have been keeping an eye on the building all morning long to make sure nothing sparks back up an investigator is expected to to be here this morning to determine a cause. it is a mystery because they don't anybody was living on the top floor but we won't know until a building engineer comes out here. and firefighters were told by the owner that even though the billing was already leaning before the fire, some say it was leaning like this for decades, that they feel it's leaning even more now after the fire. so again, structurally unsafe, at least now. and hopefully we will find out more as the morning goes on. >>> well four members of the little league team have now been suspended from school accused of
in 1884 and was once a stop for the wells fargo stage coach. inside was a saloon with a brothel upstairs. >> it's really sad. >> reporter: the faber family turned it into a bike shop in the 1920s and it's where many remember their youth. >> i got my first buicycle ther. i'm 70 years old there, when i was about 10 years old. go back 60 years old. >> reporter: and mr. faber would fix your bike or sell you parts, sometimes on credit. >> this gentleman used to help me a lot. and if i had money or not, he would front me everything and i would pay him later. always good people. >> reporter: the faber family about as iconic as the build in itself. a valuable relic, one called it, one of the last links to the old west. there has been an online effort to save faber's cycling for a while because the owner lost his lease. that effort continues, i'm told no one was injured in the fire. the cause is still under investigation. live in san jose, nbc bay area news. >>> sad to see it in that state. thank you, damian. it's a hollywood tale but it all started in berkeley. why the former ambassador to iran
and was once a saloon with a brothel upstairs. >> it's really sad. over the years, seeing this building, it's just a historical building of san jose. >> the faber family turned the iconic building into a bike shop in the 1920s. and it's where many remember their youth. >> i got 34i first bicycle there. i'm 70 years old now. so i can go back 60 years with the location. >> and mr. faber would fix your bike or sell you parts, sometimes on credit. >> this gentlemen here used to help me a lot. if i needed money, he would front me a lot and i'd pay him later. him and his brother were always great people. >> a valuable relic, someone called it. one of the last silicon valley links to the old west. >>> there has been an online efrlt for a while to try to save faber's cyclery. i'm told that that effort will continue. that was because the owner was in the process of losing his lease on the bike shop. no cause for the fire has been found so far. no one was injured. nbc bay area news. >> shef r chevron is back in operation tonight. the crude oil unit in richmond, more than 8 months after it was knocked
now. building 130 years old. over the years it housed saloon. black smith shop and bicycle shop. damage so bad unfortunately the building may have to be torn down. still not clear what started it. san leandro fire investigators believe arsonist burned down 6 9ight in elementary school. look at the thing burn. in exclusive video obtained by 7 news you can see flames leaping from the wooden buildings at james madison elementary. again at san leandro. buildings just delivered yesterday and power had yet even to be installed. those buildings were to be used as temporary administrative offices starting next week. classes took place as scheduled did he pis the aparent arson. >> in monterey 0getting ready for big fund raise they are sunday to save a last picture show. but as wayne learned there are much more than manufactureies at stake here. theater is a way of life. along river road in sonoma county you begin reading about it from miles away. one sign leads to another. and then one more top the strange wrinkle cordebited world war ii military surplus hut seem to have no rig
's extremely successful saloon in alaska called the dexter. the summer of 1900, the summer of 1900 nome was the center of the world and the best way to get there was from seattle. this was a picture of the stampede along the seattle waterfront amassing to get to nome. it wasn't only people but the whole ship was filled with tons of merchandise, whole cities that were collapsed and intended to reassemble once they got to nome so theaters that were struck down into little pieces and restaurants and hotels. a city in a box. there was no natural port in nome so once you got off the boat you have to get on these other little boats and big paul bunyan guys would come out and the women would climb on the backs of these men and be carried out to the shore. so, that is nome and what i'm trying to show you their is what was so unusual was the gold was not under the ground as it usually is and requires a great deal of capital investment. the gold in nome was right on the service, right on the sand of the public beaches in nome so you could go out just with a little pin and go like this and gold nu
was built in 1884. it used to be a saloon, blacksmith shop and soda fountain. in a matter of hours, all of that history was lost. >> i'm not going to be able to come here and get my little knickknacks, all the old friends that i have met here through the years, not going to meet up anymore. >> reporter: last night's fire was fast-moving. firefighters faced a number of challenges trying to save the building. >> the age of the structure played a bit in how the fire traveled. again, this is a balloon construction type of building so it's limited to no fire stops within the building so it allowed the fire to travel within the walls quite fast. >> reporter: faber survived nearly 100 years of redevelopment and was part of several personal memories. although it doesn't survive this fire, for the faber faithful the memories will live on. in s jose, cate caugiran, kpix 5. >> the cause the fire is under investigation but police are saying squatters may have been in that building. >>> invisible hazards you may be exposing your child to right now. coming up in tonight's consumerwatch, why you may
in a bike shop on south first street. the building dates back to 1884. years ago it was a saloon. >>> aaron hern from martinez finally out of the hospital in boston. the 11-year-old visiting the marathon finish line where he was injured last week. can't come home just yet because he is still being treated in boston. but he is very much on the mend. >>> and we just received word from nashville that country singing legend george jones died at the age of 81. >> got your traffic and weather coming up. >>> highway 4 is a mess. there was an accident westbound 4 approaching loveridge. it is now out of lanes but look at that we are seeing backups for miles. [ echo in the background ] >> quick check of 880 where things improved after an earlier accident on high street. >> liz, we have some low clouds and fog that have surged onshore. looks like lots of sunshine coming our way as we head toward the afternoon, although it is a cloudy start outside in many spots. by the afternoon, hours, those temperatures are going to be warming up, though, nicely.
momentum. i think the concerns about a spring saloon a third year in a row and a weekend of economy, i not think the consumer will be as strong in the next couple of quarters.o you mean when you say this country is the best of the worst right now? >> i guess -- you still see europe digging themselves out. you see what is going on in their area and to a certain extent, you as among the major places have taken certain measures to put itself in the best position relative to its competition. i think europe is still struggling with tremendous unemployment. china is still enviable, but far below their 10% threshold. we think that china slowdown will help. ultimately, the u.s. is better insulated from the actions in european china. cheryl: let's talk about earnings. it is a huge week for earnings. dow has been up for out of the last five sessions. you are concerned about provisions. >> yes. a number of companies are revising downwards versus the number of companies adjusting upwards. we feel that the low interest-rate environment is allowing companies to borrow and do more with less. in a dow
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